Where There Is No Piano
is a solo show exhibited at Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem in May-June 2021.

Works in this project were inspired by street pianos that stand in the open city space and aim to invite anyone who wishes to play them.
 

The themes that stand at the core of the show rise from a conceptual observation of  how  pianos and the environment of the city streets intersect. 

through a variety of mediums (drawing, video, movement, recordings, installation) the works discuss subjects like culture and wilderness, roughness and gentleness, intimacy and publicity, fantasy and reality.

The grand piano became a key-image that appears as an independent being - some sort of a domesticated animal - anchoring and wrapping these terms and subjects into one visual discussion.

Curator: Abraham Kritzman

Exhibition Design: Shahar Kedem

Installation View